Friday, January 20, 2012

150 Days of Psalms - Psalm 20

The United States has the best military force in the world. I have the privilege of knowing many of the men and women who have served in the past and who are serving now. I am extremely thankful for their sacrifices - time, family, health, etc. that they have given to keep us safe and free. All that said, ultimately my trust for our nation's security is in God. My trust for my personal security is to some extent in the fact that we have fine people in Clarksville's police department and the county sherrif's office. But in the end, I trust in the Lord. Where is your trust?

 7 Some boast in chariots and some in horses, But we will boast in the name of the LORD, our God. I'm posting this from my phone because it might be late today before I'm with my computer, so I'll post a picture or video later.

OK.. I'm home with my computer and was looking for a song I know. I came across this one.
HAHAHA! This video is titled "Some Trust in Chariots." You'll have to tell me if you hear that in it.

This is the song I know based on Psalm 20:7-8

1 comment:

Phyllis Hobson said...

That first video was priceless! I had to watch all the way through, and I could not hear the words "Trust in Chariots" (though I really couldn't hear much of anything). The way they were flinging their heads around, they better trust in chiropractors!

I loved the phrase in verse 5 "and in the name of our God we will set up our banners." I thought of the way we wave banners for sports teams, during this political season all the banners for politicians, and even back to my teen days of the banners and posters that adorned my walls. I would love to see a true rally or march for God where people are just praising God and raising banners with His name on them (I love that part of the Tree and Easter thing that Hilldale does). I know that will be one sight I will look for (and be a part of!) in Heaven.